The objective of this TA is to prepare project(s) for possible financing by ADB. These projects could be (i) physical infrastructure improvements to transport links, (ii) physical infrastructure improvements to ancillary facilities, or (iii) equipment necessary to facilitate cross-border movement of goods to complement the physical improvements. The TA will also recommend and formulate an implementation plan for procedural improvements to facilitate cross-border trade to complement the physical improvements that may be carried out. The TA will be conducted in two phases. Phase I of the study will formulate a prioritized list of possible infrastructure improvements. Phase II of the Study will be to prepare possible projects (except for rail projects from this prioritized list based on the decision of the Government and ADB. It is antiicapted that Phase I of the Study will take 3 months and Phase II another 5 months.
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